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To ensure that Worldview Academy can meet the growing need to equip students in the vital 13-18 year old demographic with a serious biblical faith impacting every aspect of thought and life, we need to raise continuing support for the Booth's ministry with Worldview Academy.


“Shallow, harmless, and ultimately irrelevant.

That’s how college atheists described Christianity in research reported recently in The Atlantic. These college atheists turned out to have a surprising thing in common: during the crucial years between age 13 and 18, many of them attended or were influenced by evangelical churches. That’s why Worldview Academy is more important than ever. (read more...)


As our Associate Executive Director, Brandon oversees planning for all twenty-three Worldview Academy leadership camps. He coordinates the vision and practice of Worldview Academy, and oversees the hiring of staff counselors. In addition to this, he works as a camp director and comes alongside Executive Director Randy Sims to create strategies for meeting the growing need for worldview equipping in the 13-18 year old demographic. (read more...)


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An Open Letter to Millennials from The Church

Dear Millennials,

I don’t need you.

It must be kind of thrilling to have everyone twittering like schoolgirls about how to make you like me. It must make you feel like you are the most significant, most misunderstood, most exciting generation to have ever lived.

But you aren’t

L.A.'s $1.3 billion experiment on kids has failed.

The L.A. Public School district has wasted $1.3 billion of tax-payers' money on a failded experiment on children. Now they're set to spend $40 million more to do keep doing it. Why are we trusting our children to these idiots?

"This notion that grace is healing omits the fact that before it heals, it cuts with the sword Christ said He came to bring." - Flannery O'Connor

Does grace hurt? Is it mean? Yes, but only because Jesus must break us before we can accept it. Like a wise surgeon, Jesus cuts—often very deeply—before he heals. The log must be removed from our eye before we can see his goodness.

I hope this recent email exchange with a friend will be useful to others as well. My responses are more off-the-cuff then I usually do for my blog. So please make corrections and ask questions in the comments.

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